A-B-C – Always On, Bio-Motion, Contrast Here’s a quick rundown of the best strategies for standing out, being seen, and staying safe by making yourself more visible on your bike. A – Always On It might be surprising, but most cycling crashes happen in the daytime – about 80% of accidents involving cars and bikes. […]
If you ride in urban areas you already know about the number one threat to cyclists on city streets – dooring: the all too common collision when a driver opens their door without looking, into the path of a cyclist. The Dutch Reach is a simple solution that has proven very effective in places where it is used. As cyclists we can start using the Dutch Reach immediately, and teach it to all the drivers we know.
Dealing with Recovery After a Bike Accident It took just one awful moment for a pleasant Sunday morning spin to turn into a long road to recovery for Tracy Flucke. She shares her progress and offers some valuable insights into recovering from a bike accident, or getting back on track after any setback that keeps […]
Eyes in the back of your head – wishful thinking for a cyclist (come on evolution, help us out here). We all know how vulnerable we are on the road. We wear bright clothing, seek out quiet roads, always ride single file and obey the rules of the road. BUT, we are still vulnerable to […]